Many things can lead up to a divorce. When you are dealing with infidelity as the cause, this can be a trying time. One thing that you need to remember is that your spouse cheating on you isn’t your fault. Oftentimes, they will try to twist what happened to make you somehow responsible for their actions, but you can’t let them do this.
We know that you just want to have the marriage all over and done with. You need to be sure that you aren’t in such a rush that you are making mistakes that are going to be costly to you. Take the time to consider possible options that you have in the matter so that you can focus on yourself and what you need to get out of the divorce.
There is something else that might complicate matters more – if the person your spouse was cheating on you with is still in the picture. This can lead to very contentious times, especially if your ex doesn’t draw a line about what that person can get involved in.
If you have children, you have to think about how having that person around is going to impact them. Parties can sometimes reach agreements regarding delaying the introduction of new partners to the children. Of course, even if it is delayed, it won’t be easy.
It is imperative that you protect your interests in these cases. We can help you to do that and ensure that you aren’t being taken advantage of during the property division and child custody components of the split.